North I-75 Master Plan
The North I-75 Master Plan study developed a long-term build-out vision for the North I-75 corridor within the state and identified how and when the North I-75 corridor will reach maximum capacity. The Master Plan evaluated I-75 and the parallel corridors of US 301, US 441 and US 41 as a system and presented the improvement or widening needs of I-75, the parallel corridors as well as their associated impacts.
Jacksonville East Corridor – Bus Rapid Transit
The Jacksonville East Corridor Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project proposed to implement premium transit service in the form of a BRT on existing arterial roadways beginning at the Rosa Parks Station on State Street in downtown Jacksonville and ending at the A1A/Beach Boulevard intersection in Jacksonville Beach.
The project included providing new or enhanced high quality transit stations, enhanced park-and-ride facilities, as well implementing transit signal priority or queue jump lanes at existing intersections to provide improved bus operating efficiency and reliability.
North East Regional Planning Model
The North East Regional Planning Model (NERPM) is a regional transportation model developed with the Florida Standard Urban Transportation Model Structure (FSUTMS) that combined the Jacksonville Urban Area Transportation Study Model, St. Johns County Model, Clay County Model and the Nassau County Model.
Many of the parameters in the NERPM was based on household, transit and origin-destination surveys. The resulting model was validated using existing traffic counts and capable of forecasting highway forecasts and transit ridership for year 2025.
St. Johns River Crossing Corridor Study
The St. Johns River Corridor study evaluated various corridors connecting Branan Field Chaffee/SR 21 interchange in Clay County to the SR 9B/I-95 interchange in St. Johns County. The study evaluated widening existing arterials and new limited access roadways. The total project varied from 23-33 miles (depending on the corridor), included a major river crossing of the St. Johns River and eight new interchanges.
Marietta Interchange on Interstate 10 Project Development and Environment (PD&E) Study
This PD&E Study identified and evaluated several interchange concepts at different locations on I-10 to improve the operations, capacity and safety of the Marietta Interchange, the I-10/I-295 Interchange and the segment of I-10 between the Marietta Interchange and the I-10/I-295 interchange.
The preferred alternative closed the existing Marietta interchange and built a new interchange at Hammond Boulevard.
Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike (HEFT) Widening PD&E Study
Homestead Extension of Florida’s Turnpike, located in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, is a limited access tolled highway facility that provides a vital link between Florida’s Turnpike Mainline and the Florida Keys. The corridor runs adjacent to the City of Doral, Town of Medley, City of Hialeah, City of Hialeah Gardens and City of Miami Gardens in Miami-Dade County and also traverses the City of Miramar in Broward County.
The study area extends approximately 18 miles along the northern portion of the Turnpike Extension from SR 836 (Dolphin Expressway) to east of NW 57th Avenue (Red Road). The study evaluated widening HEFT to ten lanes from SR 836 to I-75 and to eight lanes from I-75 to NW 57th Street. The study also included interchange improvements at NW 41st Street, 74th Street, and Okeechobee Road.
I-95 Express from International Golf Parkway to I-295 PD&E Study
Located in St. Johns and Duval Counties, this project includes the portion of I-95 from International Golf Parkway to the I-295 South Interchange and is approximately 14 miles in length. The project limits include the International Golf Parkway interchange, the proposed SR 23 (First Coast Expressway) interchange, the CR 210 interchange, the SR 9B interchange, the Old St. Augustine Road interchange and the I-295 South interchange.
The project analyzed adding capacity, improving travel time reliability, providing long-term mobility options and improving operations on the I-95 corridor from International Golf Parkway in St. Johns County to I-295 South in Duval County.
CR 339 PD&E
Located in Levy County, CR 339 is a 2-lane rural roadway connecting US 129 (south of the Town of Trenton) to SR 500 (north of the Town of Bronson). The study evaluating replacing the existing bridge (Bridge No. 340049) located approximately 750 feet north of the CR 339/SR 500 intersection and crossing over the Little Waccasassa River. The study recommended realigning CR 339 approximately 1,700 feet west from its current location.
First Coast Expressway
Located in Duval, Clay and St. Johns Counties, the project involved preparing design plans for a new four-lane toll facility extending 22 miles. Design plans included major interchanges at US 17 and SR 21, six bridges and 20 cross drains.
I-4/I-275 Interchange Reconstruction
The project involved developing concept plans for a system-to-system interchange at I-4 and I-275. The interchange footprint encompassed 24 lanes at the widest section. The concept design also had to account for a future transit corridor and a multi-level transit station within the footprint. The concept saved $120M compared to the original plans.
I-95 Overland Bridge Replacement
The project involved preparing construction concept plans to replace the existing I-95 Overland Bridge and roadway network south of the St. Johns River in downtown Jacksonville. The new roadway includes six travel lanes for I-95 and four collector distributor lanes throughout the corridor.
I-10 at Branan Field Chaffee Road
Located in the City of Jacksonville, the project involved designing a new limited access facility, Branan Field Chaffee Road, and a full cloverleaf interchange at I-10. Additional interchanges were designed at 103rd Street, Normandy Boulevard, New World Avenue and US 90.